Smoke Sample Clauses

Smoke. This peril means sudden and accidental damage from smoke, including the emission or puffback of smoke, soot, fumes or vapors from a boiler, furnace or related equipment. This peril does not include loss caused by smoke from agricultural smudging or industrial operations.
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Smoke. This peril means sudden and accidental dam- age from smoke, including the emission or puffback of smoke, soot, fumes or vapors from a boiler, furnace or related equipment. This peril does not include loss caused by smoke from agricultural smudging or industrial operations.
Smoke. This means smoke due to the sudden, unusual and faulty operation of any heating or cooking unit in or on the premises.
Smoke. The employer shall notify each employee and prospective employee as soon as possible prior to the commencement of work if smoke or man made fog will be present on an enclosed set. No employer shall dissuade any member from using the proper type of smoke mask at the times when smoke or fog are being used on an enclosed set. When smoke other than light background smoke is being used on an enclosed set, the employer shall make every reasonable effort to have the set ventilated not less than ten minutes each sixty to ninety minutes during the period when such smoke is being used. The employer shall consult with the union regarding the appropriate procedures and the proper masks for work on an enclosed set when smoke is being used. The use of any carcinogenic material should not be used. The use of any carcinogenic material should be totally avoided; however, if the Employer insists on such use, the crews may leave the set during such use, and in that event no loss of time may be imposed by the Employer.
Smoke. This peril means smoke due to a sudden, unusual and faulty operation of any heating or cooking unit in or on the premises.
Smoke. The term smoke means smoke due to a sudden, unusual and faulty operation of any stationary furnace. There shall in no event be any liability hereunder for any cumulative damage.
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Smoke. We do not cover loss caused by smoke from the manufacturing of controlled substances, agricultural smudging or industrial operations.
Smoke. No tenant shall discharge into the atmosphere any air contaminant producing a public nuisance or hazard.
Smoke. Granting up, up to the limit set out in the Particular Conditions, the damages caused to the insured goods in the sequence of sudden or abnormal leakages or exhausts that originate from technical installations, whenever these are part of the insured equipment and are linked to chimneys by means of adequate ducts.
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